Nichole Louise grew up in York, PA, a place made famous by the American Revolution, and in 2010 moved to another city integral to the Revolution: Philadelphia. She received her BA in Integrative Arts with a minor in History from Penn State University, and went on to obtain her MFA in Creative Writing from Rosemont College.She received Thesis of Distinction for her first novel, The Crash of Hard Water, and has published articles and short stories around the web. Since 2014, she has been working on a novel following one woman’s journey, interwoven with the Oneida tribe’s contribution, through the American Revolution. Nichole also dreams, albeit impractically, of one day obtaining a PhD with a focus on women in the American colonies.


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